WeldComputer Introduces Touch Screen Technology


WeldComputer makes a full range of resistance welding controls that allow manufacturers in a wide range of industries, to reduce variability and problem welds, making a higher-quality product with fewer failures. Now, the industry’s smartest weld controllers have gotten more intuitive, with a unique, new touch-screen option that simplifies their operation. Users get all the control and monitoring features that WeldComputer is known for, but presented in user-friendly, drop-down menus, with larger graphical displays, all on a touch screen. WeldComputer controls will also still be available with the traditional, keyboard-based interface.

From high performance, cost effective controls to integrated control monitors to fully adaptive, WeldComputer products work with spot, projection, seam, flash, butt, stud and capacitive discharge welding equipment to improve weld quality, increase weld consistency and throughput, reduce scrap, and improve worker safety. Controls and monitors help reduce costs and improve quality assurance beyond what can be achieved with conventional equipment, while preventing bad welds from passing through production undetected. Adaptive controls reduce incidence of bad welds and increase consistency of all welds produced. WeldComputer® Adaptive Controls have been granted military approval to eliminate destructive testing.

Ranging from simple add-ons to highly sophisticated adaptive control monitors, WeldComputer® controls deliver better consistency and more reliability than competitive products. Replacing an existing control with a WeldComputer® Multi-Variable Adaptive Control is the easiest way to dramatically improve the consistency and throughput of any resistance welding operation.

Since 1987, WeldComputer has focused on solving resistance welding challenges for automotive, commercial, military and aerospace applications. The new touch-screen option represents the next step in state-of-the-art welding technology and will be an available option in early 2017.

Expert consulting services are available to analyze welding operations, provide practical solutions to improve welding performance, and reduce losses from machine inconsistencies and weld variability.